Thinking of You card created using the Hugs & Hello bundle from The Stamp Market, The DSP is Stampin’ Up Falling In Love. The butterflies on the sentiment are from Stampin’ Up Butterfly Gala, which I stamped on Shrinky Dinks film, colored them with Sharpie colored pens and shrunk them with my heating tool. The inside of the card used the sentiment from Stampin’ Up Lilypad Lake and the butterflies are also from Stampin’ Up Butterfly Gala.
Thinking of you card using Stampin’ Up Graceful Glass dsp.
Thinking of you card created with Altenew Enchanted Iris stamp and die set. Background was created by brushing on Distress Oxide inks. Irises were colored with markers.
Thinking of you card, created using Stampin’ Up Southern Serenade (cas’d from Stampin’ Hoot). Ribbon was white, and colored with sweet sugarplum marker.
Thinking of you card made using Stampin’ Up Swan Lake, on watercolor card stock.
Encouragement card made using Stampin’ Up Petal Palette. Sentiment from Stampin’ Up Friendships Sweetest Thoughts. I confess the little flowers at the top are hiding “ink oopsies”
The sentiment on the front of the card was made using ART(c) Thinking of You and the iris is Technique Tuesday Iris. The sentiment on the top of the inside of the card is from Stampin’ Up Hold on to Hope and the bottom sentiment is Prayers from Honey Bee.
Honey Bee Stamps Zen Bouquet stamped with versamark and then heat embossed with black embossing powder. Once cooled, I colored the image with copic markers. I adhered a layer of vellum on top before adding the ribbon.
Get Well card using Stampin’ Up Blossoming Basket bundle. I realized after the fact that I have the wrong side of the embossed layer backwards, but I had stamped the image on there prior to embossing (but still pleased with the outcome). Sentiment from ArtC. Colored with SU Stampin’ Write markers
Another encouragement/thinking of you card, using Stampin’ Up Colorful Seasons. Background was sponged using Tim Holtz Distress Oxide inks. Sand was also sponged with Distress Oxide ink, on a separate piece of card stock and then torn to give the rough edge. Sentiment was heat embossed with bright white embossing powder.